Trump to press for end to North Korea nuclear program on Asia trip: White House
Thursday, 2 November 2017 () WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump will use his trip to Asia to emphasize that North Korea's pursuit of nuclear weapons is a "dead end" and to urge countries with influence over Pyongyang to pressure it to denuclearize, the White House said on Thursday.
President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that Russia was hurting U.S. efforts to rid North Korea of nuclear weapons while China had been helpful. Trump said it would be easier to resolve the North Korea nuclear issue if the United States had a better relationship with Russia. “China is helping us...
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